Asia Waiting Children “L” thru “Z”
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LEXINGTON, male, 10/2011 SN weakness of lower legs (partnership file, SF designation)
The Mini X-Men continue to show their wonderhood! Lexington is another member of the super troop. He is now 3 years old and learning how to interact with his caregivers and orphanage mates. He likes to hold he milk bottles and feed the younger children. He arrived at his CWI in October 2013 so early information about his life is unknown, and his actual age is estimated. At his arrival, he had weakness in his lower legs which continues today. He can walk with support and receives some physical therapy at his institute and would benefit so much from more attention and training through life within an attentive family. He was woken from his nap to have video taken and was not so keen with that.
This clip was taken 2/5/2015: http://youtu.be/TDsgfowJXU4
Lexington’s reports share:
Lexington, was found to be abandoned Oct 7 2013. Lishan police station failed to find his birth parents, confirmed him as abandoned baby and sent him to Children’s Welfare on the same day. The doctor decided his DOB as Oct 7 2011 according to his physical condition.
He has weak strength of lower limbs. Now he is living in the Baobao class in the institute. Under excellent care by grandmother and nurturers, he has big eyes and seems handsome.
He can stand up and walk with holding, likes sitting on the wood horse, can get on and off the wood horse, can stand up with holding the stool, can walk with pushing the stool.
He also likes outdoor activity, likes sliding and swing, likes playing balls, can play the toy blocks, can build the tower of 5-6 blocks, also does not want other kids to touch it, or he will cry.
He can help hold the milk bottle for the younger kids and can cooperate to put on clothes and shoes.
He likes bathing and can play in the water. Now he can eat noodles, egg and bread.
He is handsome. We hope he would be adopted soon, have a happy family with loving dad and mom, and grow up healthily.
Oct 30, 2014
LINUS, male DOB 8/2011 SN post-operative hypospadias (partnership file)
Linus is definitely all kinds of cute. He loves to listen to music and bust his moves. Dare you not to dance along too as you watch him in this video.
Linus is a little man with his own mind and finds things to keep his interest. His caregivers say he is “extroverted, smart, active, and can speak simple words like “dad,mum, drink water”, He is fond of listening to music and playing games, and a has good imitative ability on things he interested in.”
Linus has a hearty appetite and especially likes rice, noodles, dumplings, wantons and fruit. He adores when it is snack time and the caregivers pass out the biscuits. Bring on the biscuits! Bring on his family.
LEIV, DOB 6/2007, CHD
Leiv was found abandoned as a baby and diagnosed with CHD and possible hydrocephalus. He lived for the first year of his life in an orphanage but was then transferred to a loving foster family. In this wamr family, Leiv has learned what it means to be part of a family. He has grown healthy and love to play games with his elder sister and brother and read. He is developing on track with children his age. He is described as obedient and happy.
MAVERIX, male, DOB 5/2013 SN post operative CHD; bilateral cleft lip and palate (SWI partnership file, SF designation.)
Maverix has lots to do in his daytime schedule, especially watching his cartoons. He will pat the floor, wiggle and giggle to his favorites. It is likely the music that keeps him on his toes. Maverix is a happy and good natured baby who had surgery in September 2014 to repair his heart condition of Tetralogy of Fallot. His file does not yet indicate that his lip and palate have been repaired yet but confirmation has been requested. For a child with unrepaired cleft lip and palate his nutrition appears to be good and he is robust and round. He is a member of the mini X-Men super troop so there are plenty of wonderful playmates to share his life exploration space with.
Maverix’s reports share:
Maverix, male, was found to be abandoned in the Safety Baby Hatch at his SWI when he was estimated to be 10 months old. The doctor decided his DOB as May 26 2013 according to his physical condition.
He has cleft lip and palate, and postoperative CHD. Currently he is living in the Baobao class. Under the excellent care by the nurturer, now he is fat and cute.
Now he can turn over freely, can sit alone, can play toys with both hands, can turn back if calling his name, will cry if seeing the nurturer leaving; will giggle in the nurturer’s arms. He can ask for a hug from her, can pick up the biscuits, and can cooperate to put on clothes.
He likes watching cartoons, will pat the floor if hearing the sound in the cartoon. He likes bathing happily. He has sound sleep, also likes music, can hold the milk bottle to drink, can have some porridge. He is happy to play with the nurturer, can giggle.
He is smart and cute. We hope he would be adopted soon, have a happy family with dad and mom and grow up healthily.
Oct 30, 2014
MISHA, female, DOB 8/8/2011 congenital heart disease, post repair of atrial septal defect
Welcome Misha to the CHI family! She has been waiting on the Shared List as a NSF designation for months. The computer system could never get her designation switched but finally it has been. She is now Special Focus designation and so ready for a chance to be reviewed.
Misha now has a file that is over a year old. CHI has requested an update but has not yet received one. . She was found and admitted to her SWI when she was estimated to be 7 months old. She had surgery but it occurred before she was admitted to her SWI so a surgical report is not available. It is common for children with heart issues to spend the majority of their energy just trying to survive. Delays in development are often seen and Misha was behind in her development at the time of the report.
RENWIX, DOB 3/2007, DANDY WALKER SYNDROME (partnership file)
RENWIX, DOB 3/2007, DANDY WALKER SYNDROME (partnership file)
Renwix is all kinds of capable! His developmental checklist is impressive. He can do just about everything. Great work Renwix! He is currently in an orphanage that has a partnership with Children’s House International. Video and additional information has been requested. Look what great things his caregivers have to share about him
He is a child with Dandy-Walker syndrome. Now he is living in the family of Loving Home in the institute, and is taken excellent care of by mom and dad. He is clever, open, easygoing, likes communication with people, though not clearly. He can learn quickly, curious with everything, likes colorful tings, can count and write 1-100, can recognize simple characters, likes reading and likes playing toys.
Now he can manage the quilts, can put on clothes, can wash his face and brush his teeth, and can help young brother and sister put on shoes. He can help mom clean the trash. He is timid, energetic, sleeps late, does nap in noon, can help mom do the housework.
He has good appetite, not choosy to food, eats quickly, likes rice and noodles, also likes meat and vegetables. He likes fruits, such as melon, apples and bananas.
SHERIFF, male, DOB 2/2008 SN Lateral bending of lumbosacral vertebrae
There is a new Sheriff in town and just let him lock up your heart and throw away the key! This boy has joy bouncing all off of him. He has an outstanding expressive language ability and has normal physical and mental development. He has a difference with the structure of a vertebrae. He entered his orphanage as a baby. “He is outgoing, sensitive, and has a good appetite. Now he is 6years old and can finish eating and sleeping on his own, loves to be clean, has a bath almost every day, can recite poetries, and loves singing, has his own thinking, can talk normally with others, has good social ability. Now he is the little monitor in our primary class, he can not only finish his own things by himself, but also will help caretakers to look after other younger children.”
Video shows his walking ability and his gregarious giggle.
TALLIN, DOB. Feb. 2009, Post-Operative Anal Atresia (partnership file)
Tallin is an introvert. He is fond of toys, listening to music and watching TV. He is able to express himself through words and body language. Tallin can be stubborn but he is not naughty. He does not often cry but he can be calmed by giving him a treat. He is happy when he is able to play with the other children. Tallin is shy with strangers and takes a little while to become comfortable. He has a good appetite and is not a picky eater. Tallin is able to draw shapes, knows big and small, has good motor skill, can count. Tallin can change his clothing and wash his hands independently. Tallin attends preschool.
WRIGHT, male, DOB 7/2003, no special needs
What more can be said about Mr. Wright than has been said by his caregivesr in his report below? He is a talented and atheletic boy. Of how many people, not just kids, can it be said, “He does not know how to lie; he will not take other’s things; he is gentle, honest, kind, unites his classmates and likes ot do good deeds”. Wright is in an orphanage that as a partnership with Children’s House International. Wright has a solid basic understanding of adoption as he has seen many of his friends adopted. He has seen their parents visit the orphanage. He has expressed his desire to have the chance to have a permanent family as well. Wright may remember having been part of a family as he was found and admitted to his SWI when he was estimated to be 4 years old. Video has been requested and is anticipated to arrive soon.
ZAXBY, male, DOB 12/2012 SN Down Syndrome (CHI partnership file, SF designation)
Zaxby’s wrinkled eyebrow and happy clap are so utterly endearing in the video taken 2/5/2015. http://youtu.be/WB-DOTVdl-8. He needs someone to get him some chapstick so that his little lips can spring a smile. If he feels he is being criticized he will stick out his tongue to show his displeasure. Zaxby is estimated to be two years old but it still very much a baby, down to his teeth just coming in. He likes to be teased and played with and is delighted to be given fruits, dragon fruit being among his favorite which is quite appropriate for a boy born in the year of the dragon!
Zaxby’s reports share:
Zaxby was found to be abandoned on Mar 28 2013. He was confirmed as an abandoned baby and sent to Children’s Welfare Institute on the same day. The doctor decided his DOB as Nov 28 2012 according to his physical condition.
He has CHD and Down’s syndrome. When coming to Baobao class, he was thin and small. Under the excellent care by grandmother and nurturer he is much fatter, can smile at the nurturer if being teased.
Now he can roll over in the activity room, can play the toy piano, can imitate to nod on the mat, also can learn to clap, can wave the toy, can pass the toy from one hand to the other one, can ask for snack.
He likes playing outdoor, can smile at nurturer after going down stairs, can look around; likes grasping bowls, and can stick out his tongue if being criticized.
He likes bathing, likes patting the water. His staple food is milk, also he can eat some porridge and steamed egg, also likes fruits, such as bananas and dragon fruits.
He is lovely. We hope he would be adopted soon, have a happy family with loving dad and mom, and grow up healthily.
Oct 30, 2014